From: The Journal News
More than a decade of effort has brought significant progress in cleaning Long Island Sound, a vital fishing and boating paradise that pumps billions into the regional economy.
Striped bass and bluefish run strong; ospreys, egrets and herons prod the waters for prey. Dozens of treatment plants scrub sewage before allowing it into the 116-mile- long estuary of the Atlantic Ocean.
... he said. "But it still shows up as an issue of concern." Kevin Reynolds, the captain of a fishing boat out of Port Chester, remembers when the Byram River on its way to Long Island Sound would run red. Or green. Or maybe purple. "When I was a kid, ...
The Journal News
Meaghan Francella began to climb back up the leaderboard yesterday at the Evian Masters.
... the leaderboard yesterday at the Evian Masters. After shooting a 79 and barely surviving the cut on Friday, the Port Chester native shot a 1-over-par 73 and moved into a tie for 54th place after three rounds at the Evian Masters Golf Club in ...
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